Hello and Welcome to The Collins-Miller Project!
It is so wonderful to have your support in our quest to make the world a better place. Thank you for taking the time to learn more about our mission!
What is CMP?
The Collins-Miller Project (CMP) was an independent research program that worked to promote and develop the industrialization of alternative algae-based energy sources conducted at The Ohio State University by Madeleine Gagne and Angela Miller from 2014-2017. The project, named in honor of Miller and Gagne’s High-School Chemistry teacher Danielle Collins, centered on the use of fatty-acid chains such as DHA & EPA to avoid a need for refinement in the bio fuel industry. While CMP is no longer active, a formal write-up of its findings can be found online here.
What is The New-Age Girls Club?
In addition to its algae ventures, The Collins-Miller Project also sought to help encourage girls looking towards a future in the sciences and to create a safe community for high-achieving girls in STEM from 2014-2017. While the New-Age Girls Club is no longer active, we invite you to check out our archives of this online environment at our New-Age Girl Club Corner. We hope our resources can still contribute to promoting women in STEM!